Henty has emerged as a genuine dark horse of the CAW Hume 2019/20 season with an impressive seven- wicket win over TRYC at Henty.
The Swampies recent form and inclusion of some former players have seen it win its last three matches with Shannon Terlich leading the way with the bat.
Terlich top-scored with (88) to make it 204 runs in his last three innings being dismissed just once.
He now has 374 runs for the season averaging just over fifty-four. TRYC were restricted to 5/160 with Aiden Ridley (73) and Todd Hannam (23) again best.
Dylan Hore 2/26 picked up the wicket of Hannam. Henty in reply chased down the runs in rapid fashion with Grant Gardiner (42) and Jimmy Ellis (19) involved in good partnerships with Terlich.
Lockhart moved into fifth position on the ladder with an easy eight-wicket win over Culcairn at Culcairn Sportsground.
The home side after winning the toss and batting were bowled out for 97 with Norm Barlow (24) and Jack Lezius (17) the best.
The Demons' attack was superb with Blake Ryan, Jordan Harrington and Connor Widdup all taking three wickets.
Clint Renner put on a masterclass with his six overs costing one run.
Lockhart had no problems in its chase passing the Lions' score for the loss of two wickets and thirteen overs to spare. Zac Burkinshaw (41 no) and Jarrod Byrnes (28 no) got the job done, while Riley Knobel was the Lions best bowler with 0/18 off eight overs.
Rand held off a gallant effort from Holbrook to win a thrilling last over contest by three runs at the Rand Sporstground.
Rand, who remain outright leader, showed all its experience to bowl Holbrook out with just two balls remaining as the young Brookers fell agonisingly close to an upset.
The home team recovered from early trouble at 6/63 to finish on 9/145 with all rounder Brayden Ralston (29) and Dan Lieschke (33) rescuing them.
The Brookers' bowling and fielding was excellent, with Cooper Walsh 4/23 and Lewis Bowen 0/14 off eight the best along with Ewan Mackinlay 1/25 off eight.
Corey McCarthy (37), Charlie Harbison (37) and Hamish Mackinlay (20) did their best for Holbrook but the Pigeons' bowling attack led by Ralston 3/28 prevailed.
Walla has jumped into second place on the ladder with a comprehensive win over a depleted Osborne at Osborne.
The home side were missing Ed and Joe Perryman, along with Darren and Tom Howard.
Walla took full advantage, batting first and making 5/249.
Chris Hutchison (85) and Mark Taylor (84 no) added a brilliant stand of 153 with Damian Kennedy the best of the Osborne attack with 2/31.
It was Kennedy who stood up again with the bat making his highest score of the season (74).
Nick Perryman made (21) as Osborne finished on 169.
In a good bowling performance, Jamie and Kieran McCarthy took two wickets each.
Osborne has dropped back to fourth position.
The final match in round eleven was an upset win to Brock Burrum who tipped Walbundrie out of the top six with a six wicket win at Walbundrie.
The game was highlighted by two centuries, with Jarrod Millar making an unbeaten (114) for Walbundrie and Dave Williams (101) for the Saints. Millar, with twelve fours and three sixes, was a lone hand for the home side who were bowled out for 186.
Jack Kotzur made (22).
Trent I'Anson took 4/13 and Eddie Ziebarth 2/39 for the Saints to set up the Saints' third win for the season.
Williams, with a quick fire ton in eighty seven balls and eighteen boundaries, was assisted by I'Anson who completed a good double with (45) in a century plus stand.
The loss was a massive blow for Walbundrie's finals chances, dropping out of the top six for the first time since the CAW Hume competition started.
LADDER ROUND 11
Rand 54 Walla 48 TRYC 42 Osborne 42 Lockhart 39 Henty 36Walbundrie 36 Brock Burrum 21 Holbrook 12 Culcairn 12. Next Week - general bye